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Grow Your Network

Employers

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98%

of employers said a tech college was important to the success of their business

Graduates

96%

of employers would hire a tech college grad again

Workforce

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88389

incumbent workers received customized instruction through a tech college in 2018-19

Create a valuable network

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When you connect with technical college faculty, staff, students and leaders, it creates a valuable network that will serve you and your team very well.

Serve on a Program Advisory Committee. Donate equipment. Support scholarships. Collaborate in hands-on career awareness and exploration. The rewards are limitless - for you, and your community.

 

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Networking

Among other benefits, when you connect with technical college faculty and students, it can result in a talent pipeline, succession planning and technical assistance that will support the growth and success of your business.

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Supporting the Next Generation

When you collaborate with your local technical college, or open your doors in support of hands-on career awareness and exploration for all ages, it builds and sustains interest for generations.

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Hiring Students

Serving on a Program Advisory Committee for a program that feeds your business is a great way to connect with faculty and students and get a jump on identifying talent.

Set My College

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Choosing a college will allow you to see locations and options for that college first throughout the site. You will still be able to view information and benefits of the other colleges.

Set my college
Ryan Geiger (Mechanic)

Speed to Market

Ryan Geiger found his debt-free fast pass to a great career while in high school​.

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Gateway Center will Help Meet High-Tech, Fast-Paced Need of Manufacturing

Today’s manufacturing industry and worker skills look much different than they did even a decade ago, business leaders say.

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